Android P is coming to the OnePlus 3 and 3T

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  1. ghostofcain
    Marshmallow Apr 9, 2019

    ghostofcain , Apr 9, 2019 :
    The topic is the forthcoming android P update, the title gives it away, I was just bringing attention to the farcical nature of a user using 3 OT posts to bemoan OT posts.

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  2. abhi2411
    Gingerbread Apr 9, 2019

    abhi2411 , Apr 9, 2019 :
    that's good enough. I'm getting only 2, at max 3 games.

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  3. Moro_Licoln
    Cupcake Apr 9, 2019

  4. abhibnl
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 9, 2019

    abhibnl , Apr 9, 2019 :
    TBH guys, I play this game for 20-25 minutes with a 20-22% drain. After phone has heated up significantly, the %drop becomes more. 30-35% per 20-25 minutes game. On average, I would say I only expect to play 3 full games before my phone hits 15% and needs charging.

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  5. elanglois
    Lollipop Apr 10, 2019

    elanglois , Apr 10, 2019 :
    What game is this? I'd like to compare to an EAS kernel

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  6. Hydra Bob
    Marshmallow Apr 10, 2019

    Hydra Bob , Apr 10, 2019 :
    I'll put 20 bucks on it being Pubg. And I'm sure you'd have no shortage of people willing to help with that little experiment either.

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  7. Jin87
    Donut Apr 10, 2019

    Jin87 , Apr 10, 2019 :
    be careful what you wish for. Pie update for oneplus 5 was a disaster and the worst update I have seen from any company. software is oneplus' strength it seems.

  8. Topper_Gas
    KitKat Apr 10, 2019

    Topper_Gas , Apr 10, 2019 :
    But users of the leaked early CB suggest it's a v. good update, perhaps OP have spent the last few months to good effect learning from their previous mistakes with the OP5!

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  9. Trevor.Hawkes
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

    Trevor.Hawkes , Apr 10, 2019 :
    My 5 seems generally ok.
    What problems did you see and why would they carry over to the 3.

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  10. Jin87
    Donut Apr 10, 2019

    Jin87 , Apr 10, 2019 :
    random reboots every 10 mins or so. cleared cache, factory reset, clean install, everything done and still no solution. going back to oreo solves everything thou. and if you the forums, so many has complaints over the stability of pie updates.

  11. Guided
    Donut Apr 10, 2019

    Guided , Apr 10, 2019 :
    I just realized I developed a habit of checking this thread every hour to see if there are any new updates xD.

  12. gdsingh94
    Jelly Bean Apr 10, 2019

    gdsingh94 , Apr 10, 2019 :
    same here.. for me its every 30 mins.. hahahaha

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  13. Pdpk@1+
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

    Pdpk@1+ , Apr 10, 2019 :
    You are too late [e]1f609[/e][e]1f609[/e]

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  14. Deactivated User
    Apr 10, 2019

  15. Trevor.Hawkes
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

    Trevor.Hawkes , Apr 10, 2019 :
    That's horrendous.
    How does it behave in safe mode.

  16. Suresh07
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

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  17. abhibnl
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

    abhibnl , Apr 10, 2019 :
    We are talking about pubg and i am already running it on an EAS based kernel on OP3.

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  18. sammerasker
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

    sammerasker , Apr 10, 2019 :
    I played it on both eas and stock...battery difference not there, eas probably provides smoother game play, but battery wise EAS by design would use more battery, the reason it's not is because devs disable some wakelocks that's enabled on stock...custom kernel based on stock that blocks the same wakelocks would improve the battery too...not to mention the custom I/O sched used on custom kerenel

  19. G_Ranajit_Savant_TDAZ
    Froyo Apr 10, 2019

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  20. abhibnl
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 10, 2019

    abhibnl , Apr 10, 2019 :
    EAS and blocking wakelocks are two completely different things. And EAS by design should provider more fluid UI while keeping same battery life as non-EAS kernels. Custom I/O won't provide too much of a boost to your processing or day to day usage. I have tried almost all popular I/O schedulers: cfq, maple, zen, deadline and the cfq is proven to be stable and consistent. I would however suggest to keep readahead of scheduler to 128kb for optimal performance during I/O operations.
    Also, not sure if you know or not but zRAM on OP3 makes quite a difference on OP3 for pubg only.

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